Automating Photoshop; Actions and Batching Explained

If you work in Adobe Photoshop regularly, you’ll often find yourself engaged in repetitive loops that have a tendency to drain on your stamina and attention span. Today I’ll teach you how to use, and embrace the Action menu, a tool that will change the way you approach boring, monotonous tasks. Whether it’s mass resizing photos, embedding watermarks, adding filters, or perhaps something more or less complex, most of it can be automated.

First let’s open up the Actions menu and learn what it’s all about. It can be found under Window>Actions if it’s nowhere in sight on your workspace. It’ll look something like this:

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